|A solid black dot indicates where the species is found.
coniferum - Dune Conebush has hairless, green leaves and orange cones. It prefers
wind-blown sand, typically around the plumes blowing up from sandy beaches.
It is important that you visit one of these populations to familiarize yourself with
this species which is easy to confuse with the Sickle-leaf Conebush.
Ld cfrm is much more prevalent in the Agulhas region than on the Peninsula. The
important dune plumes for Ld cfrm appear to be Buffels Bay, Platboom Bay, Elses Bay, and
Hout Bay - all orientated to the north-west or north of these beaches. The Kleinslangkop
population suggests that it may occur more commonly between Noordhoek Beach and
The other isolated records are curious and have been flagged for checking, given the
ease with which this species can be confused with Ld xant.